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Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival grew out of Old-House Interiors magazine, founded in 1995. The quarterly magazine covers contemporary practitioners as well as the historical antecedents of the continuing Arts & Crafts movement.


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Small Furnishings: the Art & Craft

by Patricia Poore
The editors choose a sampling of small furnishings and art objects made by artisans today, suitable for bungalows, Craftsman homes, and those of the Arts & Crafts Revival.
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Arts & Crafts Homes, Winter 2016

by Arts and Crafts Editor
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The Guild

Craftsman Tile Makers

by Mary Ellen Polson
The revival of small-batch art tile has never been more vibrant than in today’s revival, as you’ll see in the work of three unique artisan tile makers.
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Editor's Letter

Advice Worth Repeating

by Patricia Poore
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The Guild: Steve Helberg

by Mary Ellen Polson
Whether it's lighting, furniture, or a log house, Steve Helberg makes it with his own hands.
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Art + Craft

Arts & Crafts Homes Fall 2015

by Lori Viator
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Coloring Outside the Lines

by Patricia Poore
When you were a little kid, in the inward years before arithmetic class, did you feel in your heart that there were good numbers and bad ones? For me the even numbers were good, but 3 and 7 gave me the creeps.
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Arts & Craft Homes, Summer 2015

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Here’s a preview of what’s inside of the Arts & Crafts Homes Summer 2015 edition.
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Arts & Crafts: Never Boring

by Patricia Poore
When it comes to new work, Donna Pizzi takes us to a recently completed rebuild in Oregon. Nothing diabolical there, until you look at the houses.
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